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March 28-30, 2014
Association for the Study of Women and Mythology (ASWM)
Borderlands: Scholarship as Pilgrimage and Mystery
San Antonio, TX

Imagination, authenticity, creativity, spirituality, divinity, archetypes and symbols, dreams and synchronicities emerge from and take us into the borderlands of liminal experiences—limen is Latin for “threshold.” Borderlands connotate wilderness and transition zones. Borderlands can also be represented by the almond shaped mandorla formed by two overlapping circles in the vesica piscis. In this keynote, Jean Shinoda Bolen will serve as a guide to the borderlands—where creativity emerges. Crossing to Avalon, Close to the Bone, Ring of Power and Goddesses in Everywoman came out of unexpected borderland experiences. To write from soul invites synchronistic help.

 

Special Event: Panel In Celebration of Goddesses in Everywoman


Location:
El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel
110 Lexington Ave
San Antonio, TX 78205

 


March 10-21, 2014

UN Commission on the Status of Women
New York, NY


Monday, March 10 at 4:30 pm
Panel: What Will It Take to Have a UN Global Conference on Women?
UN Commission on the Status of Women, New York, NY
4:30 in Y-Hall of the Armenian Convention Center
630 Second Ave, NY

PANELISTS:

Ambassador Anwarul Chowdhury: Former Under Secretary General and High Representative of the UN, former President of Security Council, initiator of Security Council Resolution 1325.
Musimbi Kanyoro, President and CEO of Global Fund for Women:
Nyaradzayi Gumbonizvanda, President NGO Committee on the Status of Women--Geneva,
General Secretary, World Young Women’s Christian Association (World YWCA).
Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD, author Pathways To Peace Statement “Necessity for a UN Global Conference on Women,” 5WCW advocate, Millionth Circle Initiative
Moderator: Rosemary Williams, Founder and CEO Women’s Perspective, Millionth Circle


 

Click here to download PDF of UN-CSW Circle Events Schedule

 


March 6, 2014
FEMME — Women Healing the World
San Rafael Theater

7PM Screening
Jean Shinoda Bolen & Emmanual Itier, Speakers
Sponsored by UNA-Marin

FEMME is an inspirational voyage about women around the world who are actively transforming and healing global society of a daily basis. Starring Sharon Stone, Jean Houston, Marianne Williamson, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Riane Eisler, Nobel Peace Prize Laureats Shirin Ebadi and Mairead Maguire, Rickie Lee Jones, Gloria Steinem, and more! Influential women discuss religion, science, history, politics and entertainment - and the solutions to the multiple crisis we face throughout the world. FEMME focuses on utilizing a feminine approach with nurturing energy to inspire a new hope for the future.


San Rafael Theater
1118 Fourth Street (Between A & B) San Rafael, CA 94901

Tickets: General $10.75, Seniors & Youth, $7.50, CFI Members $6.50
Phone: 415-454-1222
www.cafilm.org/rfc/films/1986.html
femmethemovie.com


November 1-2, 2013 — Charleston, SC
The Sophia Institute
Women of Wisdom IV: Transforming Our Lives, Transforming the World

 

Saturday, November 2: Workshop 9:30am-5:00pm

The Emergence of the Empowered Feminine

Author, Jungian analyst, and activist Jean Bolen returns to the Sophia Institute to lead a workshop on the Emergence of the Empowered Feminine. She will be telling stories from myths and life, and examples from events in the world. We know her as a storyteller whose stories touch us because they reveal something important about us. There is meaning and inspiration in stories from Atalanta: The Indomitable Spirit of the Artemis Archetype--her current writing, from Arthurian legends and myths. The empowered feminine is about wholeness, healing and authenticity, it is about heart-centered activism and creativity. There will likely be a guided meditation, small circle participation, and discussion.


Location

Avery Institute at College of Charleston
125 Bull Street Charleston, SC 29401

www.thesophiainstitute.org

Saturday, October 12, 2013 — San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Writing for Change Conference
9:00 am to 5:00 pm

 

Keynote 9:00 am Writing for Change:
When Women Wake, Mountains Move, Moving Toward the Millionth Circle:
Energizing the Global Women's Movement

 

Location:

First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
1187 Franklin Street (at Geary), San Francisco, CA

 


October 4 – 5, Colorado Springs, CO
The C. G. Jung Society of Colorado Springs

Friday, Oct. 4th, Lecture  7-9PM

Catching Fire: Imagination and Activism

Imagination precedes change—psyche is activated by stories, role models, and dreams that touch soul. Passion and imagination precedes creativity, healing, activism on behalf of ourselves and others. Compassionate action is spiritual activism. Fierce compassion says “enough is enough!” Outrage in defense of what and who we love is mother bear activism and the protective masculine that finds the strength to rise up to save what we love, which can be a precious part of ourselves. When a vision of who we could be catches fire, we become activists on behalf of ourselves. To live our personal myth, individuation, finding meaning are related to small and large acts of courage. Heart-centered activism inspired her newest book, Moving Toward the Millionth Circle.

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Saturday, Oct. 5th, Workshop  9AM - 5PM

Path with Soul/Path with Heart: the Inner Compass

We have an innate sense that there is a purpose to life which is related to the idea that life is a soul journey. To do what we came to do and be who we were meant to be is not so easy. Jung’s individuation, Campbell’s finding your personal myth, the hero’s journey; Persephone’s abduction into the underworld, the gods and goddess archetypes may help support the choices we make. In this workshop Jean Bolen invites us to remember and connect with our inner compass: it may be what we know in our bones, which as in her book, Close to the Bone, is soul knowledge that we may decide to trust in the midst of a potentially terminal illness. Or it is heart-chakra information: what our heart knows is true for us. The most difficult experiences in life may be opportunities to align with soul.

 


September 20-21, 2013, Vancouver Island, BC
Annual Labyrinth Society Gathering


Friday, Sept. 20th, 7pm
Keynote: Labyrinths for Global Healing, Landscapes for the Soul

The labyrinth is a powerful image and metaphor for a soul path. Walking a labyrinth with this awareness deepens the metaphor and is an enactment of it. Making a labyrinth in silent absorption taps into a deeper knowing. Going to sacred places with the receptivity of a pilgrim is to take a labyrinthine journey to a place of centering, to receive something, and return with it. All are ritual acts. In this keynote, Jean will describe her experiences with the archetype and reality of the labyrinth and tell how she uses and draws upon it in her work as a Jungian analyst and as a global activist.

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Saturday, 9:00 to 11:15 am
Workshop: Living Life as if in a Labyrinth

Soul work, one’s personal myth, Jungian concept of individuation, midlife centering possibilities, life-threatening illness, spiritual beings on a human path, descents into the underworld, becoming a heart-centered activist are all labyrinthine journeys. In walking a labyrinth and musing upon our lives, we realize that there are no dead-ends, only unexpected turns that test our faith that there is meaning to being here. As Jean tells stories and myths, we find ourselves remembering and reflecting upon significant times in our lives. Whether we know it or not, at every significant juncture in our lives, we have been at a crossroad with Hecate, that place of consciousness and choice.
(ref: Close to the Bone, Goddesses in Everywoman, Goddesses in Older Women, Gods in Everyman)


Circle Experience: “Circles with a Sacred Center”

Jean will convene this as a circle with the invisible presence of Hestia goddess of the Hearth and Temple at the center, an experience of a circle as a “temenos” or sanctuary, that also contributes toward the metaphoric, tipping point, “millionth circle."


Location:
Tigh Na Mara Resort & Conference Center
Parksville, BC, Canada



September 5 – 8, St. Louis, MO
The C.G. Jung Society of Saint Louis
Third Jung in the Heartland Conference, “Healing by the Numinous”

Friday, Sept. 6th, 7 to 9 pm
Lecture: The Meaning We Make of the Numinous

We come into the world with the capacity for awe and wonder. We are receptive to the numinous and through the millennia, have worshiped divinity in countless forms This is what distinguishes us from all other creatures with whom we share much DNA. Sacred experiences like synchronicities are subjective, some are major special moments in which we feel connected with Divinity, the Great Mystery, the Tao, the Self. A profound sense of connection and meaning often accompanies the numinous, which is gnostic not intellectual, and comes via active imagination, dreams, physical and spiritual experiences.

 

Saturday, Sept. 7th, 10:45 am to 4:15 pm
Workshop: Path with Soul, Path with Heart: the Inner Compass

We have an innate sense that there is a purpose to life which is related to the idea that life is a soul journey. To do what we came to do and be who we were meant to be is not so easy. Jung’s individuation, Campbell’s finding your personal myth, the hero’s journey, Persephone’s abduction into the underworld, the gods and goddess archetypes may help support the choices we make. In this workshop. Jean Bolen invites us to remember and connect with our inner compass: it may be what we know in our bones, which as in her book, Close to the Bone, is soul knowledge that we may decide to trust in the midst of a potentially terminal illness. Or it is heart-chakra information: what our heart knows is true for us. The most difficult experiences in life may be opportunities to align with soul. It is soul that recognizes the numen — or divine spark in others and in ourselves.

 

Location:
King’s House, Belleville, Illinois


August 18-23, 2013 - Copenhagen, Denmark
XIXth International Congress for Analytical Psychology
100 Years on: Origins, Innovations and Controversies


Thursday August 22
3:30 pm – 5 pm

Break-Out Session
Emergence of Empowered Conscious Feminine:
Women, Archetypes, Planetary Crisis - a Jungian Perspective.


Registration open to Jungian analysts and candidates


June 22-29, Helena, MT
Feathered Pipe Ranch
Women’s Workshop with Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD and Barbara McAfee

Times of Change and Creativity: At the Crossroad with Hecate

We invite Artemis and Hecate (and women who know or want to know them) to come to this summer’s women’s workshop at the Feathered Pipe Ranch. Both are goddess-archetypes of the moon. With the full moon in Cancer on June 23 following the shortly after the Summer Solstice, this retreat is a time for clarity and reflection. Hecate is a liminal figure between upper world and underworld. She exists at transitions between one phase of life and the next, between this world and the other side, between past, present and future. Midweek we will enter into a shamanic cave through a labyrinthine passage that has metaphoric meaning as a descent into the underworld and as a womb space and birth passage for new life, activism and creativity when we come back into the upper world. There will be music and song in the circle and sound that will resonate in the cave because Barbara McAfee is joining Jean as a co-leader. Some form of singing, chanting or humming will find a place in most aspects of this workshop. We’ll find that sound and vocal presence resonates with the heart center--the inner compass on a path with heart or soul journey.

 

Location:
Feathered Pipe Ranch
Helena, MT


Friday, June 7 - San Francisco, CA
Lecture 7 to 9 pm
Writing and the Inner Life Symposium

California Institute of Integral Studies

 

Location:
1453 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103


Sunday, June 2, Corte Madera, CA

Book Passages — Book Signing

4:00 pm

 

Moving Toward the Millionth Circle
Subtitle: Energizing the Global Women’s Movement

 

Location:
Book Passage
51 Tamal Vista Blvd.
Corte Madera, CA  94925



 

April 26-28, 2013 Santa Barbara, CA
The Writer's Journey: Inside Out and Back Again
Annual Spring Conference Pacifica Graduate Institute at Ladera Lane

 

PLENARY SESSION
Sunday, April 28th, 11:00 AM–12:30 PM

 

GIVING BIRTH, FINDING FORM:
Where My Books Come From

Jean Shinoda Bolen

"I think of writing as giving form to feelings and intuition that grow from a seed idea. I get pregnant with a new book. Synchronicities support its growth and development. This talk is an opportunity for me to reflect upon writing and the relationship of it to what I do as an analyst and activist. Writing is like all other individuation choices—it takes courage to be original, to say what is true, anticipating real or imagined outer consequences. To write can be an invitation to do what you love, to act from your heart. When such is the case, ego and Self, archetypes and life story come together. From conception to delivery is an inner process. Taking it into the world, quite another matter of persona and marketing. It takes love, hope, imagination, perseverance, optimism, absorption, and commitment to write a book, or to make a conscious decision to have a baby, especially when this may be a difficult undertaking, or making a midlife transition that leads to birthing a new life.”

 

LOCATION
Pacifica Graduate Institute’s
Ladera Lane Campus
801 Ladera Lane,
Santa Barbara, CA 93108


 

March 4 – March 15, 2013
New York, NY
UN Commission on the Status of Women - Fifty-Seventh Session
March 2 Gathering 5 – 8 pm TBA
March 3 – Consultation Day
http://www.ngocsw.org

 

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PARALLEL EVENTS


Saturday March 2, 2013
6-8 pm – A book launch, activist gathering for 5WCW
and reception for
Moving Toward the Millionth Circle
with Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D


Location:

Affinia Shelburne Hotel
303 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY

 

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Tuesday, March 5, New York
Panel, 8:30 - 10 am Panel
“Degradation of the Environment and Violence Against Women and Girls.”

with Nina Simons, Donna Goodman, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Kumbutani Mwanyongo, Kaye Savage, Anneke Campbell.


(Download flyer)


Panelists:
Donna Goodman, Founder Earth Child Institute (ECI):
"Relationship Between the Degradation of the Environment and Violence Against Women and Girls"


Nina Simons, Co-founder Bioneers:
"Related Stories: Violence Toward Women, indigenous People, and the Earth"

Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD (Pathways to Peace UN Permanent Representative):
"Not Enough Trees, Too Many People = Climate Change.
Empowered Women Are the Solution."


Panelist World Association of Girls Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS)

Moderator, Anneke Campbell (Bioneers)


Sponsors:
Earthchild Institute
Bioneers
Pathways To Peace

International Public Policy Institute


Location:
Drew Room, Church Center, Concourse Level
777 UN Plaza, New York, NY

(at the corner of 44th Street and 1st Ave)


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Tuesday, March 5, New York
Panel, 6:15 pm
Grassroots Activism and a Global Women's Conference (5WCW)

Description:
Zainab Salbi, Founder Women for Women International
"If You Knew Me, You Would Care"

 

Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD (Pathways to Peace UN Permanent Representative)
"Moving Toward the Millionth Circle: Energizing the Global Women's Movement, Advocating a Global Conference on Women (5WCW)"

Aimee Allison, San Francisco Department on the Status of Women
"How San Francisco Works Toward Empowering Women
and Implementing UN Documents"


Elly Pradervand, Founder & CEO Women's World Summit Foundation
"Efforts on Behalf of the White Ribbon Campaign and 5WCW in Geneva"


Moderator: Rosemary Williams, CEO & Founder Women’s Perspective

Sponsors:
Pathways To Peace
Women's World Summit Foundation
Millionth Circle Initiative
Peace X Peace
Women's Perspective
Earth Child Institute


Location:
Auditorium, Armenian Convention Center
630 2nd Avenue (at 35th street) - 10th Floor
New York, NY 10017

 

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Wednesday, March 6, New York

Panel, 10:30AM - 12:00 Noon
The Little Banana: Moving the Immigrant Child from the Violence of Cultural Uprooting to the Empowerment of Creative Expression

Karen Cadiero-Kaplan
Director, English Learner Support Division,
California State Department of Education

Cristina Igoa
California Teacher of immigrant students


Zarmina Kochi
Immigrant Student from Afghanistan

 

Video Clip
Parents speak of student advancement

 

Rosario Campos
Immigrant Student from Mexico

Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD
Psychiatrist, Permanent UN Representative Pathways to Peace


Moderator: Mary Jo Toll

Sponsors:
The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur

Location:
UN Church Center
777 United Nations Plaza
(corner of E. 44th St. and 1st Ave.)

Click Here to Download PDF Flyer About This Event


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Wednesday, March 6: 12:30 pm, Panel

"TIME 4 PEACE: Ending Violence Against Women and Children"

 

H.E. Ambassador Anwarul Chowdhury
Mr. Dean Peacock, Sonke Gender Justice Network
Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD, Pathways to Peace
Dr. Anele Heiges, IPPI


(Download Flyer)

 

Sponsors
Women’s World Summit Foundation
Millionth Circle Initiative
International Public Policy Institute


Location:
Armenian Convention Center
630 Second Avenue (at 35th Street), V-Hall
New York, NY 10017


November 16-18, 2012 – Big Sur, CA
Esalen Institute

A Workshop for Women
Your One Wild & Precious Life

In this deepening gathering for women, Jean will bring myths, goddess archetypes, dreams and the sacred feminine to life, in order to evoke a deep knowing in us. Contemplating or facing a life transition—in a significant relationship, career or work, motherhood, health, menopause, a life-threatening illness or decision to follow an activist or spiritual calling--invites sitting with Hecate, archetype of the wisewomen, medium, midwife and goddess of the crossroad. It matters which path we take, especially if we accept the premise that we are spiritual beings on a human path, or seek individuation, or sense having a personal myth. In the depth of her soul, every woman is moved by symbols, images, and feelings, related to the archetypes in her. The phases of the moon or the maiden-mother-crone aspects of the Great Goddess whose worship preceded patriarchal gods are powerful metaphors. Humanity and the planet also approaches a Hecate crossroad. 2012 may truly be a transition time for patriarchy. The outcome of which may depend on women. Through storytelling insights, guided meditation, self-reflection, and in sacred circles, as in The Millionth Circle: How to Change Ourselves and The World, we are invited to share and learn from one another, reconnect with archetypal sources of meaning and creativity, and acknowledge what is true for us. Music and poetry will add to the experience as we gather and explore what the poet Mary Oliver called our “one wild and precious life.”

 

Location:
Esalen Institute
55000 Hwy One
Big Sur, CA 93920

Oct. 19-20, 2012 - C.G. Jung Center

C. G. Jung Center for Studies in Analytical Psychology
Brunswick, Maine

 


Friday, October 19 at 7-9 PM
Trees and Tree People: Greening Ourselves, Saving the Planet

The learning experience that led to this talk and Jean’s latest book, Like a Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People Can Save the Planet began when a huge beautiful tree in front of her house was cut down through a vote by a homeowner’s association. The tree came down while she was at the United Nations, where in a conversation about her unsuccessful effort to save the tree, Gloria Steinem, remarked; “Remember Jean, you are a writer, and a writer has the last word. That there is a difference between “tree people” and “not-tree people” was a beginning insight. Her words will lead us from knowledge of what trees are and what they do, to the symbolic, sacred meaning, soulfulness and wisdom of trees. She invites us to be mystical activists, visionary activists, and sacred-feminine feminists-- to heed a call that touches heart and soul.

 

Location:
Sanctuary, Woodfords Congregational Church
United Church of Christ
202 Woodford Street, Portland, Maine 04103

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Saturday, October 20 - 9AM - 5PM
Grail, Goddesses, Circles and the Sacred Feminine

The grail and goddesses are archetypes, symbols with depth and meaning. In this workshop, Jean Shinoda Bolen will bring us into the legendary, mythic and spiritual realm of the sacred feminine. Cut off from sources of meaning, without a connection to the feminine principle, the Tao or the Self, the inner landscape of men and women becomes a wasteland. The wounded Fisher King, the abduction of Persephone, Siddharta's quest are metaphors for depression and alienation and the loss of creativity, spontaneity, and love. We will listen to Jean tell stories, participate in a guided meditation, and learn about circles with a spiritual center as vessels of creativity and healing. This workshop will provide opportunities to be in touch with inner sources of wisdom and compassionate action and encourage the formation of circles with a sacred center that can nourish and support who we are and what we are here for--as spiritual beings on a human path.

 

Location:
Memorial Hall, Woodfords Congregational Church
United Church of Christ
202 Woodford Street, Portland, Maine 04103

Contact: Katie Miller
Phone: (207) 729 -0300

Website: www.mainejungcenter.org


August 25-September 1, 2012 - Helena, MT

 

Feathered Pipe Foundation Workshop
Jean Shinoda Bolen and Monika Wikman

Jean Shinoda Bolen and Monika Wikman

 

Women’s Wisdom, Pregnant Darkness

Co-leader: Monika Wikman, Ph.D.
Website: www.monikawikman.com

 

Location:
Feathered Pipe Ranch
Helena, MT

 

Contact:
Feathered Pipe Foundation
P.O. Box 1682, Helena, MT 59624 USA

Tel: 406-442-8196 • Fax: 406-442-8110

 

More Info at:
featheredpipe.com/women’s-wisdom-pregnant-darkness


July 27-29 – Stockbridge, MA
Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health

Weekend Retreat:
Your One Wild and Precious Life:
A Deepening Gathering for Women

 

Location:
57 Interlaken Rd
Stockbridge, MA 01260

Contact:
Tel: 800-741-7353

More information:

http://kripalu.org/program/view/GGCC-121/your_one_wild_and_precious_life_a_deepening_gathering


 

Thursday, June 14, 2012  7:00PM
Book Launch: Sabia como un Arbol (Wise Like a Tree)
Hotel Grand Marquis Ballroom
Reforma 465, Col Cuauhtemoc
Mexico City


http://www.editorialkairos.com/catalogo/sabia-como-un-arbol
Agustin Paniker, Paty Kelly, Jean Shinoda Bolen

Contact: Victorina Saldana, Nirvana Libros


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Saturday, June 16, 2012 - Mexico City

 

Workshop, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm:

From Goddesses in Everywoman to the UN Fifth World Conference on Women

 

Location:
Hotel Geneve
London, 130
Zona Rosa, Col. Juarez


Websites: www.sincroniaencuentros.com
www.facebook.com/SincroniaEncuentros.mexico

 

Blog: www.jean-shinoda-bolen-en-mexico.com

Arrangements made by SincroniaEncuentros
Website: www.sincroniaencuentros.com


May 25-28 2012 -- Rhinebeck, NY
Omega Institute for Holistic Studies

Workshop

Your One Wild and Precious Life: A Deepening Gathering for Women

In Jean’s storytelling, myth comes to life. In listening, there is resonance with the archetypal depth in the psyche. The premise of Jean’s Jungian, feminist, and spiritual perspective begins with the notion that it matters what we do with our “one wild and precious life,” a quote from the poet, Mary Oliver. To find and live our personal myth, is to be true to who we are. The goddess archetypes in us and the expectations and limitations from outside of us, act powerfully on us. What happens to us and the choices we make ourselves, shape the path we are on. What happens in us, is soul-shaping. While any of the archetypal goddesses and gods may be active, a workshop that invites self-reflection and deepening, will invite us to meet Hecate. the goddess-archetype at the threshold of transitions. Hecate was goddess of the crossroads, with the attributes of midwife, witness, witch, and personification of intuitive and psychic wisdom. She is an inner figure, and the third, crone aspect of the great goddess, associated with the waning moon, autumn and the third phase of women’s lives. Jean sees humanity at a Hecate crossroad and women’s consciousness and choice as crucial to what happens to humanity and the planet.

In this workshop, the experiential elements include a guided meditation, inner reflection, and participation in a circle with a sacred center. Circles such as these are in the shape of a mandala, with Hestia at the center. Hestia, goddess of the hearth and temple, was present in the fire at the center of a round hearth, and as such, is a symbol of the Self or divinity. Artemis, the goddess of the hunt and moon, is likely to be one of the active archetypes in participants. Music and poetry will add to the experience.

 

Location:

Omega Rhinebeck Campus
150 Lake Drive
Rhinebeck, NY 12572


Website Link:

www.eomega.org/omega/workshops/cadf13475c1d6c381ed62d63f80066e7/


May 11-12, 2012 - San Francisco, CA
Association for the Study of Women and Mythology (ASWM) National Conference

Saturday, May 12th

 

11-12 noon: California Foremothers of Women’s Spirituality Panel
12:00-2pm: Networking luncheon
4:-5:30 pm: Play by Dorotea Reyna with Response from Jean Bolen
based on Goddesses in Everywoman by Jean Shinoda Bolen,M.D.

 

Location:
Fisherman’s Wharf Holiday Inn, 1300 Columbus Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94133
womenandmythology.wordpress.com

 


May 4-5, 2012 - Santa Fe, NM
C. G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe

 

Lecture, Friday, May 4, 2012
7 – 9 pm, $10 2 CEU’s

Trees and Tree People: Greening Ourselves, Saving the Planet

The learning experience that led to this talk and Jean’s latest book, Like a Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People Can Save the Planet began when a huge beautiful tree in front of her house was cut down through a vote by a homeowner’s association. The tree came down while she was at the United Nations, where in a conversation about her unsuccessful effort to save the tree, Gloria Steinem, remarked; “Remember Jean, you are a writer, and a writer has the last word. That there is a difference between “tree people” and “not-tree people” was a beginning insight. Her words will lead us from knowledge of what trees are and what they do, to the symbolic, sacred meaning, soulfulness and wisdom of trees. She invites us to be mystical activists, visionary activists, and sacred-feminine feminists-- to heed a call that touches heart and soul.  

 

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Workshop, Sat. May 5, 2012
9 am – 5 pm, $80  6 CEU’s

Grail, Goddesses, Circles and the Sacred Feminine

The grail and goddesses are archetypes, symbols with depth and meaning. In this workshop, Jean Shinoda Bolen will bring us into the legendary, mythic and spiritual realm of the sacred feminine. Cut off from sources of meaning, without a connection to the feminine principle, the Tao or the Self, the inner landscape of men and women becomes a wasteland. The wounded Fisher King, the abduction of Persephone, Siddharta's quest are metaphors for depression and alienation and the loss of creativity, spontaneity, and love. We will listen to Jean tell stories, participate in a guided meditation and a circle with a sacred center. This workshop will provide opportunities to be in touch with inner sources of wisdom and compassionate action and encourage the formation of circles  that can nourish and support who we are and what we are here for--as spiritual beings on a human path.

 

Location:
Center for Spiritual Living
505 Camino de los Marquez, Santa Fe, NM


April 20-21, 2012 -- Chapel Hill, NC
C.G. Jung Society of the Triangle

Fri. April 20, Lecture:
Trees and Tree People:  Saving the Planet

The learning experience that led this talk and Jean’s latest book Like a Tree began when a huge beautiful tree in front of her house was cut down through a vote by a homeowner’s association. The tree came down while she was at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, where in a conversation about her unsuccessful effort to save the tree, Gloria Steinem, remarked; “Remember Jean, you are a writer, and a writer has the last word. That there is a difference between “tree people” and “not-tree people” was a beginning insight. Seeing a connection between trees and girls as property added another dimension. Add a Jungian-Feminist lens as in her book, Ring of Power and the result is a way of seeing how archetypes and individuation can result in activism. Her advocacy of a UN 5th World Conference on Women is an expression of this. Jean invites us to be mystical activists, visionary activists, sacred-feminine feminists—or green and juicy people!

 

Lecture Location:
Olin T. Binkley Memorial Baptist Church
1712 Willow Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514

 

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April 21, 2012 Workshop:
The Sacred Feminine: Grail, Goddesses & Circles    

The grail and goddesses are archetypes, symbols with depth and meaning. In this workshop, Jean Shinoda Bolen will bring us into the legendary, mythic and spiritual realm of the sacred feminine. Cut off from sources of meaning, without a connection to the feminine principle, the Tao or the Self, the inner landscape of men and women becomes a wasteland. The wounded Fisher King and the abduction of Persephone are metaphors for depression, alienation, life-threatening illness, and addictions on a personal level, that are related to the loss of creativity, spontaneity, and love. These are also metaphors for what ails the planet. We will listen to Jean tell stories, participate in a guided meditation and a circle experience. This workshop will provide opportunities to be in touch with inner sources of wisdom and compassion, encourage the formation of circles with a sacred center, and inspire possibilities of change and transformation.   

 

Workshop Location:

New Hope Camp and Conference Center
HWY # 86 (Old Airport Rd), Chapel Hill, NC 27514


Saturday, April 7, 2012 – Palo Alto, CA

Institute of Transpersonal Psychology
Awaken and Aging Retreat
(For ITP  graduate students)

Keynote:  2 to 4 pm
Awakening and Aging:  Act III of Your Life

In the theater, Acts I and II build toward resolution in Act III. Such also is life. We are surprised at how fast time and years have gone by and wonder, “How did I get this old?, and (if we are fortunate), How young I still am.!”  People born at the beginning of the 20th century did not expect to live much past 50. Now, 50 is what 30 used to be— and at 50, 60. 70, 80 —we think of living to 100. The personal myth or individuation story or soul journey—all have meaning as a premise for being here.  With more years to live, there are major choices to be made that shape who we are becoming. It is in the third act, that character shows, wisdom and humor matter, and cultivation of an inner life is compatible with making a difference in the world.

 

Location:
Lucie Sterns Community Center, Fireside Room
250 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94301

 


March 30-31, 2012 - San Francisco
California Institute of Integral Studies

 

Fri., March 30, 2012: Lecture:
Trees and Tree People: Greening Ourselves, Saving the Planet

 

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Sat. March 31, Workshop:
Grail, Goddesses, Circles, and the Sacred Feminine    

                                                                     

Location:
California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103


February 27 – March 9, 2012 - New York, NY
UN Commission on the Status of Women - Fifty-sixth Session

www.ngocsw.org

 

Parallel Events

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Monday, 27 February 2012 – New York
2:30pm to 4:00pm
Wise Like a Tree: Eco-Feminism and
UN 5th World Conference on Women (5WCW)

 

Panelists:

Nina Simons

Co-Founder of Bioneers, Author, Moonrise: The Power of Women Leading From the Heart

Donna Goodman

Founder of Earth Child Institute, lead author of Climate Change and Children: A Human Security Challenge

Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD.

Millionth Circle Initiative, Author, Like a Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People can Save the Planet

Yvonne Maingey

Kenyan Environmentalist. Youngest Conference coordinator. UNEP International Children' Conference on the Environment

Rosemary Williams, Moderator

Founder Women’s Perspective, co- author The Woman’s Book of Money & Spiritual Vision


Location:
Main Auditorium, Salvation Army Building
221 East 52d Street, New York, NY

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Panel: Need for a UN 5th World Conference on Women (5WCW)


NOTICE: CHANGED DATE, TIME & LOCATION

Friday, March 2, 2012 at 6:15 PM
Church Center of the United Nations (CCUN)
44th Street and 1st Avenue (777 United Nations Plaza)


Panelists:

Ambassador Gertrude I. Mongella

Secretary-General 4th World Conference on Women, Beijing, First President Pan-African Parliament

Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD.

Millionth Circle Initiative, Author, Like a Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People can Save the Planet

Anele Heiges, Ph.D., O.P.

President International Public Policy Institute


Location:
Salvation Army Building, Downstairs Room
221 East 52d Street, New York, NY


Sat. March 10, 2012 - San Luis Obispo, CA
Symposium
"Women of Wisdom: Midwifing Conscious Change"

Keynote: Women of Wisdom Midwifing Conscious Change  

Location:
San Luis Coastal Adult School, 1500 Lizzie Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401


Wednesday, February 15, 2012 - Seattle WA
East West Bookshop of Seattle

Talk & Book Signing – 7:00 pm
Like a Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People Can Save the Planet


Location:
East-West Books
6500 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115


February 16-18, 2012 - Seattle, WA
Women of Wisdom Foundation Conference
Radiate the Divine Feminine. Our World is Ready

 

Thursday, February 16 – Keynote:
Gaia the Living Earth, Goddess, Archetype and Mother of Us All

 

Location:
Seattle First Baptist Church
1111 Harvard Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122

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Fri., February 17, Workshop:
Grail, Goddesses, Circles and the Sacred Feminine 


Location:
North Seattle Community College
9600 College Way N, Seattle, WA 98103

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 - Seattle WA
East West Bookshop of Seattle

Talk & Book Signing – 7:00 pm
Like a Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People Can Save the Planet


Location:
East-West Books
6500 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115


February 16-18, 2012 - Seattle, WA
Women of Wisdom Foundation Conference
Radiate the Divine Feminine. Our World is Ready

 

Thursday, February 16 – Keynote:
Gaia the Living Earth, Goddess, Archetype and Mother of Us Al

Location:
Seattle First Baptist Church
1111 Harvard Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122

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Fri., February 17, Workshop:
Grail, Goddesses, Circles and the Sacred Feminine 

Location:
North Seattle Community College
9600 College Way N, Seattle, WA 98103

 


Friday, January 13, 2012 —Corte Madera, CA

7:00 pm, Book Talk & Signing

with Kathe Schaaf and Kay Lindahl (co-editors), China Galland, Carol Flinders,
Jean Shinoda Bolen (contributors) to anthology:
Women, Spirituality and Transformative Leadership:
Where Grace Meets Power


Location:
Book Passage, 51 Tamal Vista Blvd
Corte Madera, California 94925


Saturday, October 1, 2011 -- Petaluma, CA
10am to 4pm


Gather the Women North Bay Fall Gathering
“Women Lighting the World”

11:45 am – Keynote
Like A Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People Can Save the Planet


Location:

Petaluma Women’s Club, 518 B Street, Petaluma, CA


Tuesday, September 13, 2011 -- San Francisco, CA
6:30 - 9:00 PM

Women's Economic Justice and Security
Reception 6:30  •  Roundtable 7:15-9:00 PM


Rose Aguilar, Host of "Your Call Radio" KALW.FM 91.7
will moderate panel discussion followed by Q&A

Arcelia Hurtado, Equal Rights Advocates
Ethel Long-Scott, Women's Economic Agenda Project
Kaki Rusmore, Santa Cruz County Women's Commission
Jean Shinoda Bolen, 5th World Conference on Women Initiative


Sponsored by:
Women's Intercultural Network (WIN)
and Global Arts and Education (GAE)


Location:

Lorraine Hansberry Theater
450 Post Street, Union Square, San Francisco, CA 94102

 


July 8-9, 2011 – St. Louis, MO
C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis


Friday, July 8th – Lecture

Trees and Tree People: Greening Ourselves, Saving the Planet

Saturday, July 9th – Workshop
Grail, Goddesses, Circles and the Sacred Feminine


Location:

Norwood Hills Country Club
5601 Lucas & Hunt Road, St. Louis, MO  63136

C.G. Jung Society of Saint Louis
P.O. Box 11724, Saint Louis, Missouri 63105



Wednesday July 13, 2011 — Dallas, TX

Get Your Woman On

Get Your Woman On Launch of Anthology
with Kimber Lim & Other Contributors
One day before the eWomenNetwork International Conference


Location:

Hyatt Regency Reunion, 300 Reunion Blvd., Dallas, Texas,
Time:  7:00 - 9:30 PM CST


Saturday, July 16, 2011 - Petaluma, CA
2:30 pm - Talk & Book Signing

Like A Tree, How Trees, Women and Tree People can Save the Planet


Sunday, June 12, 2011 - Bolinas, CA


A conversation with author Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D.and Kristina Flanagan
2:00-4:00 pm
Ring of Power: Love Vs. Power in Wagner's Ring Circle and in Us:
A Jungian-Feminist Perspective


San Francisco Opera Ring Circle Chair Kristina Flanagan
in conversation with author Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D.,  author of
The Ring of Power: Symbols and Themes --
Love vs. Power in Wagner’s Ring Cycle and in Us
.


Location:

The New School, Commonweal, 451 Mesa Road , Bolinas, CA


June 24 – 25, 2011 – Kusnacht, Switzerland
C.G. Jung Institute of Zurich


Friday Lecture and Saturday Seminar: public events
Grail, Goddesses, and the Sacred Feminine


June 27, Monday Morning Lecture:
June 27 – July 1 Evening Seminars for Students and Candidates at the Institute

Analysis as Soulwork: Path with Heart

Location:
C.G. Jung Institute Zurich, Kusnacht
Hornweg 28, CH-8700 Kusnacht


Sunday, May 22, 2011 – Charleston, SC


Lecture at 6:30pm
Trees and Tree People: Greening Ourselves, Saving the Planet


Location
:
The Sophia Institute, 26 Society Street and 297 E. Bay Street
Charleston, South Carolina 29401


May 20-21, 2011 – Atlanta, GA
C.G. Jung Society of Atlanta

Friday, May 20th, 7:30 to 10 pm
Lecture: Trees and Tree People: Greening Ourselves, Saving the Planet

Saturday, May 21, 10 am to 5 pm
All Day Workshop: Path With Soul: One Step at a Time Individuation

Location:
Trinity Presbyterian Church , 3003 Howell Mill Rd, NW, Atlanta, GA 30327


Wednesday, May 18, 2011 - Mountain View, CA

7:00 pm - Talk & Book Signing
Like A Tree, How Trees, Women and Tree People can Save the Planet

Location:
East West Bookstore, 324 Castro Street, Mountain View, CA 94041


Wednesday, May 11, 2011 - Petaluma, CA

7:00 pm - Talk & Book Signing
Like A Tree, How Trees, Women and Tree People can Save the Planet

Location:
Copperfield's Books, 140 Kentucky St., Petaluma, CA 94952


Saturday, April 29-30, 2011 – Grass Valley, CA
See Jane Do Passion in Action Women's Conference

Saturday Keynote: Trees and Tree People:
Greening Ourselves, Saving the Planet

Location:
The Holiday Inn and Conference Center, 121 Bank Street, Grass Valley, CA 95945

Book signing at the Muir Woods Visitor Center Bookstore

Muir Woods Visitor Center



Friday, April 22, 2011 - Corte Madera, CA
Book Passage

6 pm – In Conversation with Isabel Allende &
Book Signing: Like A Tree, How Trees, Women
and Tree People can Save the Planet

Tickets $50
Includes small plate appetizers, wine and an autographed copy of the book
Like A Tree, How Trees, Women and Tree People can Save the Planet

Location:
Book Passage , 51 Tamal Vista Blvd., Corte Madera, CA 94925


April 3-10, 2011 - Ireland

Jung in Ireland Seminar
Creativity and Mystery: Sources of Meaning and Healing

 

April 11-17, 2011

Women's Pilgrimage to Sacred Sites in Ireland
www.nyjungcenter.org/index.asp


United Nations Commission on the Status of Women
NGO-CSW Parallel Events Schedule
February 21 – March 4

Wednesday, February 23, 2011 – 4 pm to 6:30 pm

 
Click to download full-sized printable flyer
5WCW-2upFlyer

"Proposal for 5th UN NGO World Conference on Women — 5WCW"

Location:
Church Center for the United Nations, 2nd Floor Room – CCUN Building
777 UN Plaza, New York, NY

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Thursday, February 24th, 2011 – 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm

The UN Women’s Circle Workshop
“UN Women Circle’s Campaign”
Sponsored by International Public Policy
Institute and Circle Connections.
Participate in a FREE interactive circle workshop at the CSW, and receive written downloadable guidelines for successful circle leadership facilitation by local women and girls.
Hands-on experience of UN Women Circle Campaign.
Learn workshop skills in circle facilitation & World Café process to take back home.

Location:
International Catholic Organizations Center
Holy Family Church, 323 East 47th St., 3rd Floor, New York, NY

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Friday, February 25 – 12 pm to 1:30 pm

 
Click to download full-sized flyer
2011 CSW Flyer

Millionth Circle: Empowering Women and Girls, Changing the World

Location:
Main Auditorium, Salvation Army Building, 221 East 52nd Street, New York, NY

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Friday, February 25, 2011 – 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Ecology and Feminism: Sacred Feminine, Circles, Valuing Girls and Trees

Location:
Church Center for the United Nations, 2nd Floor – CCUN Building
777 UN Plaza, New York, NY

Note: You do not need credentials to attend. No charge


November 13-14, 2010 — San Francisco

San Francisco Writing for Change Conference
“Changing the World One Book at a Time"

Saturday November 13th, 10 am
Portrait of an Activist: Introverted Author with Computer

Location
San Francisco Hilton, 750 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA
www.sfwritingforchange.org/


2010 Past Events


October 15-18, 2010 - San Rafael, CA

2010 Bioneers Conference

Saturday October 16: Panel
Moonrise: The Power of Women Leading from the Heart (panel)

Jean Shinoda Bolen, Nina Simons, Anneke Campbell, Anna Lappe and Gloria Feldt.

Location:
 Marin Center, 10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael, CA 94903
 


August 26, 2010 — Montreal, Canada

XVIIIth Congress of IAAP
August 22-27, 2010

Workshop:
Circle with a Spiritual Center: Archetype, Mandala, Morphic Field
and Component of Cultural Transformation
 


Saturday, October 2 — Honolulu, Hawaii

October 10-11,  2010 - New York

New York Association for Analytical Psychology
C.G. Jung Institute of New York

Analysis as Soulwork
A Seminar for Candidates with Jean Shinoda Bolen

Location:
C.G. Jung Institute of New York, 28 East 39th Street, New York, NY 10016
www.junginstitute.org


Oahu YWCA Presents:
10:00 - 12:00 Noon

Your One Wild and Precious Life

Location
Laniakea - YWCA of Oahu - Fuller Hall, 1040 Richards St., Honolulu, HI 96813
http://www.wcaoahu.org


Friday, October 1, 2010 — Honolulu, HI

St Francis Hospice 

Keynote: 
The Meaning of Life at the Threshold of Death:
Insights in the Midst of Grief

Location:

Ko’olau Ballrooms & Conference Center, 45-550 Kionaole Road, Kaneohe, HI 96744
www.stfrancishawaii.org


Saturday, September 25 - San Francisco, CA 

Women’s Intercultural Network and California Women’s Agenda  -- Call to Action

Closing Speaker:
 Envision the Synergy

Delancey Street Forum Hall, 600 Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94107


September 19-25, 2010 —  Helena, MT

Feathered Pipe Ranch
Autumn Equinox Women's Retreat

"Your One Wild and Precious Life: A Deepening Gathering for Women"
with Jean Shinoda Bolen and Chalise Brooke Medicine Eagle

www.featheredpipe.com
Chalise Brooke Medicine Eagle
http://www.medicineeagle.com 


July 23-25, 2010 — Lennox, MA

Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health

Workshop: 
Path with Soul: One Step at a Time Individuation

Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health , 57 Interlaken Road, Stockbridge, MA 01260


May 5, 2010 — Vancouver, BC

Banyen Books
Talk & Booksigning
Urgent Message From Mother: Gather the Women, Save the World

Unitarian Church, Oak Street at 49th Avenue, Vancouver
www.banyen.com


May 6, 2010 — Vancouver, BC

British Columbia Nursing Union

Keynote:
Following an Inner Compass, Finding our Way:
Path with Soul

More info at: www.bcnu.org


April 30 - May 2, 2010 — Minneapolis, Minnesota

 Alive Aware Awake!  Gathering Circles of Women

 Sat, May 1: Workshop:  
Grail, Goddesses, Circles and the Sacred Feminine

Sun, May 2:  Keynote:  
Urgent Message From Mother: Gather the Woman, Save the World

Location:
Radisson Hotel, Plymouth, MN 55441

Website:  www.AliveAwareAwake.com


April 23-24, 2010 — Dallas, TX

Memnosyne Foundation

Lecture:
The Giving Tree:  Mother Earth, Caretakers and Takers

Workshop:
Love Vs. Power: From Family Psychology
To The Fate Of The Earth

http://memnosyne.org


March 1-12, 2010 — New York, NY

United Nations Commission on the Status of Women
NGO-CSW Parallel Events Schedule

March 1
Panel: “Winning Strategies for Gender Equity”

March 8
Workshop: “Millionth Circle”

March 11
Panel: “Amplify the Girl Effect – via a Fifth UN World Conference on Women”

 


March 13, 2010 — Mobile, AL

Womenspeak 2010 Conference
March 12-14

Keynote:
Women in Circles Changing the World
WomenSpeak2010.com


March 25-26, 2010 — Houston, TX

Jung Center of Houston 24th Annual Benefit
Thursday, March 25, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
An Evening with Jean Shinoda Bolen
Houston Intercontinental Hotel

Lecture:
Turning Points: Creativity and the Mystery of Healing 

Friday, March 26, 10 am - 4:30 pm Workshop:
Path with Soul: One Step at a Time Individuation
www.junghouston.org


2009 Past Events


November 3-6, 2009Bilbao, Spain

Sorlekua Women's Conference
Theme: "Building the Leader of the 21st Century"

Tues, November 3 - Lecture 7:30 pm
The Need to Adapt and Evolve in Times of Transition

Wed-Fri, Nov 4-6 - Workshop Leadership,
Women and Personal Transformation: A Jungian-Feminist Archetypal Perspective


Sunday October 4, 2009

The 2009 Milley Awards For Creative Achievement

Jean is an awardee for Literary Achievement and will receive a bronze statuette. The awards honors those, who through their accomplishments in the arts have brought honor to the Mill Valley Community Sponsored by the Mill Valley Art Commission

milleyawards.org/awards-presentation.html
milleyawards.org


September 19-25, 2009Feathered Pipe Ranch
Helena, Montana

Autumn Equinox Retreat
"Your One Wild and Precious Life: A Deepening Gathering for Women"
with Jean Shinoda Bolen and Chalise Brooke Medicine Eagle
Jean Shinoda Bolen and Chalise Brooke Medicine Eagle
Feathered Pipe Foundation
PO Box 1682, Helena, MT  59624


 

August 2-7, 2009Rhinebeck, NY

Jung on the Hudson Seminar Series
"Our Evolving Myths: Recreating Ourselves and the World"


August 4-5

Evolving Archetypes: Obama as a Symbol

Location
The Belvedere Mansion, Staatsburg, NY
www.nyjungcenter.org


Friday, August 14, 2009
Meditation Mount - Ojai, CA

Lecture 7-9 pm
Urgent Message From Mother

Location
Meditation Mount, Ojai CA 93023


May 5-10, 2009Buenos Aires, Argentina

Book and Lecture Tour  
Editorial Kairos, Barcelona

Thursday, May 7
Lecture at Book Fair:  Goddesses in Everywoman:
Powerful Archetypes in Women's Lives  

Friday, May 8 - 10 am - 2:30 pm
Booksigning and presentation at Alteneo Grand Splendid Bookstore.  
Organized by Ediciones Continente
http://www.editorialkairos.com

  Saturday,  May 9 - Workshop:  10 am to 12:30 pm.  
Grail,  Circles and the Sacred Feminine:  A Healing Story for Psyche and Planet.  

Workshop: 2 - 5 pm:
Themes from Ring of Power, The Millionth Circle,
Crones Don't Whine, Urgent Message From Mother.

Organized by Arte Vivo Foundation
http://www.artevivo.org.ar

para más información pueden ingresar a
http://shinodaargentina.blogspot.com


Saturday, May 2, 2009Bellevue, WA

Northwest Catholic Women’s Convocation IV
“Dawning of a New Story”

Saturday Workshop Session A:
Urgent Message From Mother:
Gather the Women, Save the World

 (11:00 AM -12:15 PM)

Saturday Workshop Session B:  
Emergence of the Divine Feminine:
the Hope for Humanity

 (2:15-3:30 PM)

Location:
11100 NE 6th St Bellevue, WA
www.meydenbauer.com


Friday, May 1, 2009San Francisco, CA

12:00 am – 2:30 pm

GIRLSOURCE 26th Annual WAVE Awards and Luncheon
Ceremony Honoring Women of Achievement,
Vision and Excellence

WAVE 2009 Honorees

HONOREES:
Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D.
Kay Sprinkel
Grace Ruth Jones Villa

Funds support programs which provide meaningful Mentorshop, work and leadership opportunities for Urban, low-income young women.

Location:
Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason Street San Francisco, CA

 


 

UN Commission on the Status of Women Parallel Events
United Nations, New York City
March 2 – 13, 2009

Further information TBA to registered delegates

Monday, March 2, 2009 at 10AM 
2nd Floor, Church Center

Panel: Winning Strategies for Gender Equality

Sponsor:
Women's Intercultural Network (WIN)
Co-sponsors:
US Women Connect,  Afghan Women’s Network,  UGWONET

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Monday, March 2, 2009 at 4PM 
Grum Room, Church Center

Workshop
The Grail Story: Healing Psyche, Patriarchy and Planet

Sponsor
The Grail-WIST (Women’s Institute for Social Transformation).
Co-sponsors
AWE (Anglican Women’s Empowerment),  Pathways to Peace, and
WIN (Women’s Intercultural Network)

 

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Wednesday, March 4, 2009 at Noon 
11th Floor, Church Center

Panel
Millionth Circle—a Form and Process for Sharing Responsibility
and Caregiving between Men and Women

Panelists:
Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D. 5WCW
Peggy Sebera, Millionth Circle
Elly Pradervand (WWSF)


Sponsor:
Pathways to Peace
Co-sponsors:
Women’s World Summit Foundation (WWSF) , Women’s Intercultural Network (WIN)
Millionth Circle

 


Feb. 6-8,, 2009Charleston, SC

Weekend Retreat
The Sophia Institute
 
Heeding the Feminine Principle: Healing the Psyche and Planet  

Fri 6:30 pm – Lecture open to public as separate event
Sat 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Sun 8-11:30 am  

Location:  
The Sophia Institute , 297 E. Bay St., Charleston, SC 29401  


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